Television documentary (“The Suzuki Diaries - Coastal Canada”) from “The Nature of Things with David Suzuki” on CBC Television (22 November 2009)
The segment on IMTA is between 19:18 and 26:24.
Flash 8 video
(44 mins | streaming | High Bandwidth): Click here
Video (“David Suzuki talks about his optimism for change after traveling with his daughter Sarika in search of solutions”) from One Ocean – Exciting Solutions
(18 March 2010)
Video of the 2010 R3 (Research, Results, Recognition) Gala of the
New Brunswick Innovation Foundation (18 March 2010)
Audio of the interview of Thierry Chopin by Hélène Raymond of the Société Radio Canada – La Semaine Verte (30 May 2010)
Consommation responsable de poissons.
About 10,000 years ago, humans invented agriculture and we began a shift from hunter-gatherers to farmers. However, when it comes to the oceans, we're still behaving like our neolithic ancestors - primarily hunting and gathering, but doing it with sophisticated technologies, like satellite navigation and sonar, to vacuum fish out of the sea. But as wild fisheries continue to decline, the answer may lie in farming the seas - the controversial science known as aquaculture. And if we do it properly, it might even be a sustainable way to exploit the oceans for food -- without emptying them.
Audio of the special feature "Aquaculture - The future of farming the water" by Bob MacDonald on CBC Radio 1 Quirks & Quarks (19 June 2010)
MP3 Audio (34:47 mins | 15.9mb)
Audio of the interview of Thierry Chopin by Marie-Eve Cousineau of the Société Radio Canada Acadie - Le Réveil (9 July 2010)
L'aquaculture au Nouveau Brunswick à l'occasion du Festival des Pêches et de l'Aquaculture à Shippagan.
Audio of the interview of Paul Greenberg by Terry Gross of National Public Radio - Fresh Air (19 July 2010)
Terry Gross talks to Paul Greenberg about his new book “Four Fish: The Future of the Last Wild Food”.
The segment on IMTA is between 15:18 and 16:11.
Podcast of the interview of Paul Greenberg by Jane Black on Edible Radio - Smart Food (5 August 2010)
Jane Black talks to Paul Greenberg about his new book “Four Fish: The Future of the Last Wild Food”.
The segment on IMTA is between 08:37 and 12:04.
Video of the presentation “Stories of Hope from the Seas” by Tierney Thys, National Geographic Emerging Explorer, at Qi Global in Singapore
(8-9 October 2010)
The segment of interest is between 16:24 and 19:35.
Video of the interview of Thierry Chopin by Thomas Daigle of the Société Radio Canada – Le Téléjournal Acadie
(2 November 2010)
The segment of interest is between 09:39 and 12:13.
Video (“Celebrating Sustainable Seafood”) of the 2011 Ronald C. Baird Sea Grant Science Symposium “Developing the Rhode Island Seafood Knowledge Economy: Perspectives on Seafood Sustainability” (26-28 June 2011)
Television documentary (“Aquaculture réinventée”) on La Semaine Verte of the Société Radio Canada (7 January 2012)
Video clip “One of Canada's only Marine Biology programs” for the #OnlyHere | Marine Biology campaign at the University of New Brunswick (1 December 2015)
A scoop…! The IMTA song finally caught on video at the Marine Algae Culture course in Gran Canaria (Spain) (17 June 2016)
Video of the interview of Thierry Chopin regarding his opinion of the Marine Algae Culture course in Gran Canaria (Spain), his explanation of the IMTA concept, and his comments about the main constraints to the development and implementation of IMTA (17 June 2016)
Audio of the interview of Thierry Chopin by Amélie Gosselin of the Société Radio Canada – L'heure de pointe Acadie
(18 November 2016)
The segment of interest begins at 16h39 and is 7 minutes and 36 seconds long
Audio of the interview of Thierry Chopin by Laura Lyall of
(1 May 2017)
If done with the right species at the right scale, aquaculture can be beneficial to the ecosystem and marine protected areas
MP3 Audio (41 sec | 646 kb)
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